Wait screen

How can I set up a Wait Screen ?

If you want to add a wait screen to have panelists wait, this can be done by placing an instruction screen on the position were you want panelists to wait.
Step 1:  add an instruction screen and open the edit screen settings.

Step 2: in the wait setting you can add the wait time. When you enable Show countdown the panelists will see a countdown on the screen. The panelist screen will look like the one below.

The timer function is indicated with a clock icon next to the screen conditions.

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